Cardi B and Offset have big plans for their daughter Kulture Kiari. The rappers' baby girl may only be four weeks old but that hasn't stopped the couple from planning for her future by trademarking her name.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Offset filed to register the name “KULTURE KIARI CEPHUS,” on Thursday (August 2), for merchandising of shirts, sweaters, jackets, pants, skirts, and footwear.
That's not all; Just in case Kulture decides to follow in her parents' entertainment footsteps, Cardi and Offset also requested that Kulture's name be trademarked for all “musical recordings, motion pictures, entertainment marketing services” and promotion for recording and performing artists. And if their baby girl has any dreams of going into the world of gaming, her name will also be secured for “online video games, dance events by a recording artist and fan clubs," if approved.
Cardi and Offset welcomed Kulture on July 10. While the two have yet to share a photo of their baby girl, Cardi has been keeping fans in the loop about her first weeks as a new mom.
"Let me tell y'all something," she said in an Instagram Story following Kulture's birth. "No matter how many books y'all read, advice y'all get, y'all will never be ready for mommy mode."
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper has also dished on the type of personality her baby girl has.
Recently, she captioned a meme, shared to her Instagram, of a woman glaring at the camera: "My daughter when I take too long to get her food." She added, "My child's been very very spicy today. It's cool though I can handle it."
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